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Thread: What's the correct height of Ukulele Strings???

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    I'm very nervous asking this question but I couldn't find a definition for "Gothenburg up", just what does this mean Rllink?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJFN View Post
    I'm very nervous asking this question but I couldn't find a definition for "Gothenburg up", just what does this mean Rllink?
    Just by context of how Rolli used it, I figured it meant something like:

    'rising up from the ashes (or the past)'

    or maybe

    'evident of a resurrected necropost'

    ...but these are just a guess, and I might be close in what I was able to grok from it

    ...and yes, I too never saw that term before in common usage...maybe it's a common term in Rolli's circle of friends and family? a colloquial term?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rllink View Post
    How has all of these old threads Gothenburg up lately? I'm leaving Gothenburg there just because it is crazy that my computer would even think that is the word I was typing.....
    Auto correct by computer program - possibly it was 'gotten brought'.

    Some old threads rise up like a phoenix from the ashes.
    Last edited by Croaky Keith; 09-06-2017 at 10:31 PM.
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